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Feb 21: Dr. Michael Kentris – Discussion on Neuropathy
February 21 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm MST
CNA Webinar Series – Dr. Michael Kentris, Wed. February 21, 2024
12:00PM PT, 1:00 PM MT, 2:00 PM CT, 3:00 PM ET, 4:00 PM AT
Join the Calgary Neuropathy association with Dr. Michael Kentris, neurophysiologist and neurologist on February 21st, 2024. Dr. Kentris also is the host of The Neurotransmitters podcast a for medical professionals who want to more about all things neurology. If you’re interested, here is a link to the recording with Linda Petiot, CNA Volunteer about neuropathy.
Dr. Kentris will discuss how to create a trusting patient-neurologist relationship yielding the best possible results: thoroughly researching available practitioners, strong yet flexible patient self-advocacy, and effectively managing mutual expectations.
Registration is required:
- Once you have registered, ZOOM will email you a message with the webinar details.
- Closed captioning is available on demand.
On-line meeting etiquette
The CNA strives to be a safe place for everyone. Please use proper on-line meeting etiquette. Use inclusive language and ensure everyone has an opportunity to share their questions and comments. Participation for this webinar is via the chat box.
More about our speaker: Dr. Kentris
Michael graduated neurology residency from Wright State University in 2017 followed by a fellowship in clinical neurophysiology at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in 2018. He then returned as faculty to Wright State University, and while there was active in neurology education for the residency program and was given the excellence in teaching award by the neurology residents two years in a row.
He has since moved to Youngstown, Ohio where he continues to teach medical students and residents regularly, both in person and online. He also works with the American Academy of Neurology’s continuing medical education journal, Continuum, as a narrator.
Need help with ZOOM?
Have trouble with zoom? Click here to access help sheets. If you are still need assistance, contact the CNA at Events@CalgaryNeuropathy.com to set up a time for personal help. Please be aware this support is available on a best effort basis only.
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